It’s no news that the high house prices in Hong Kong have kept young people in the city from starting a home. When the average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment hits a whooping 5-figure, young professionals have found consolation in the more practical alternative - flatshare.
City-dwellers who spend their days grinding and hustling at work used to pay top dollar in rent just so the apartment can sit idle most of the time. Flatshare removes redundant space to reduce cost while retaining private kitchens and bathrooms for privacy sake. These no-frills shared flats are anything but a humble abode. Most often than not, they are creatively designed to utilize the limited space for storage and make it feel more open and ample.
Searchers should pay attention to who signs the tenancy agreement when renting - it’s common to see a principal tenant / sublessor rather than the owner handling the lease. These rooms often come furnished with an all-inclusive monthly rent, which makes moving easier and less stressful. Find a flatshare on Spacious today.